Hipparinus


Hipparinus
Hipparīnus, ī m.
Гиппарин, второй сын Дионисия Старшего Nep

Латинско-русский словарь. 2003.

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  • Hipparinus — can refer to: * Hipparinus, the father of Dion and father in law and advisor of Dionysius the Elder. * Hipparinus, tyrant of Syracuse from 352 351 BCE and a son of Dionysius the Elder. * Hipparinus, the son of Dion …   Wikipedia

  • HIPPARINUS — Dionysii Iun. fil. eiecto Callippo dominatum Syracusis tenuit Annos 2. Olymp. 106. An. 4. et 5. Stratagema, quo Syracusis potitus est, vide apud Polyaen. l. 5 …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Dion of Syracuse — Dion (Δίων 408–354 BC), tyrant of Syracuse in Sicily, was the son of Hipparinus, and brother in law of Dionysius I of Syracuse. Contents 1 Family 2 Dionysius the Elder s closest adviser 2.1 The arrival of Plato …   Wikipedia

  • Calippus of Syracuse — Calippus was a tyrant of Syracuse who ruled briefly for thirteen months [Smith, Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, p. 574] from 354 to 352 BC. He was a native Athenian, who traveled with Dion to Sicily to capture Syracuse,… …   Wikipedia

  • List of Tyrants of Syracuse — Syracuse was an ancient Greek City State, located on the East coast of Sicily. The city was founded by settlers from Corinth in 734 or 733 BC, and was conquered by the Romans in 212 BC, after which it became the seat of Roman rule in Sicily.… …   Wikipedia

  • Phanias of Eresus — (also Phaenias or Phainias) was a Greek philosopher from Lesbos, important as an immediate follower of and commentator on Aristotle. He came to Athens about 332 BCE, and joined his compatriot, Theophrastus, in the Peripatetic school. His writings …   Wikipedia

  • Epistles (Plato) — The Epistles of Plato are a series of thirteen letters traditionally included in the Platonic corpus. Their authenticity has been the subject of some dispute, and scholarly consensus has shifted back and forth over time. By the close of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Callippus of Athens — was the host of Dion in Athens. Callippus is also mentioned as one of Plato s students. In 366 BC, Callippus aided the exile Callistratus travel to Thasos, for which Apollodorus prosecuted him. In 357 BC, Callippus, his brother Philostratus and… …   Wikipedia

  • Dion [1] — Dion, 1) D., edler Syrakusaner, Sohn des Hipparinus, geb. 408 v. Chr., Schwager des Tyrannen Dionysius des Älteren u. von diesem hochgeachtet, heirathete auch dessen Tochter, seine Nichte, Arete; der jüngere Dionysius, welcher sich durch seine… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Syracuse — • Archdiocese of Syracuse (Syracusana) in Sicily • The Diocese of Syracuse, in the State of New York Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Syracuse     Syracuse …   Catholic encyclopedia


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